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May 11, 2019

Where do we find the stories we really need to know about? What's isn't being covered? What's the state of journalism and how does that impact our civic society? In this episode we talk to local writing legend John Dodge (formerly of The Olympian) about his life in journalism and his successful book, A Deadly Wind;...

Apr 27, 2019

How are our community’s foster kids taken care of? Who is involved in juvenile justice, and how are we ensuring that the kids involved get what they need? What happens when we don’t invest in kids? Community Youth Services is a one stop shop for youth in our area, and we talked with their director, Derek Harris...

Apr 21, 2019

In this episode we talk to Jill Barnes, Executive Director of the Washington Center for the Performing Arts about taking risks, bridging cultures, and how much our area loves the arts. Also: she wants to hear from you. Be a part of the conversation.

Apr 7, 2019

Our senior population is expected to be 25% of the population in the next few years, but the financial support for them is stagnant. Find out what the creative folks at Senior Services of the South Sound are doing to help. Along the way you might find some of the best tickets in town.

Mar 31, 2019

After a tough year, Harlequin productions is focused on the welfare of their employees and the plays on their stage (s). Get the inside scoop on their upcoming season and hear about their philosophy about the role of the theater in the community. Plus they invite us to a party!